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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Tuesday, 14 December 2010

This year's event was held at the Hilton Metropole - a very corporate location for a Chrimbo Party - but it was still quite enjoyable.

Luckily it was on a Friday night (10th December) and it was a Ball-themed night - although the two rooms we had weren't quite "tacky" in terms of look and feel.

In any case, I brushed off my DJ and made a real effort to look good - and I managed to get a few nice compliments through the nigh - nicely done methinks.

It was a nice session - although a few of the people I usually enjoy chatting with weren't able to make it, so it kinda was one of a "mingling" attempt with the newer members of my team and some of the other sub-team members, which didn't really know that well.

...and of course, my camera was by my side - I did take a few snaps, although I was a bit more conservative this year, after ergh...lets just say...some people not liking their photos being taken, last year. Hey-ho, can't win them all!

Anyway, the best of the best are at my gallery - GBS Christmas Picture Gallery - Hope you enjoy it!

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